Located at the end of a quiet cul de sac, this 3 bedroom brick home is a flat walk to Mummaga Lake or the cycleway to the Dalmeny shops and the beach. Upstairs you'll find a spacious lounge area with combustion wood heater and reverse cycle air conditioning, sunroom, open kitchen-dining area and 2 bedrooms (main with walk-in robe). Downstairs, you'll find the 3rd bedroom, laundry with 2nd bathroom and garage with internal access. Sitting on a flat 913sqm block there is also a fully fenced yard and an additional single garage. With plenty of parking for the boat, motorhome or caravan, this is a comfortable home in a great neighbourhood, ready and waiting for new owners. Could it be you?
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